West Ham United are interested in signing Edin Dzeko from AS Roma this summer and have agreed personal terms with the former Manchester City striker, per Il Tempo.
The Bosnia & Herzegovina international has reportedly been offered a two-year contract by the Hammers.
The Hammers are seemingly looking to replenish their squad this summer and Dzeko is reportedly wanted by the club.
While the Irons have agreed terms with Dzeko, they have yet to seal a deal with the Italian club.
Il Tempo report that Roma are keen to recoup €20million (£17.2m) for a player who has spent four years in Serie A.
Dzeko joined Roma on loan in 2015 and the deal was made permanent a year later.
Across 171 appearances for the club, he has scored a total of 85 goals, while laying on 36 assists.
He has won 101 caps for Bosnia and Herzegovina, scoring 55 times.
Marko Arnautovic looks likely to depart the club in the summer. He signed a new contract in January but it contains a clause that allows him to leave if a bid of £45m is tabled by an interested party.
Of course, he flirted with a move to China in January and there is every chance that there could be a rekindling of that interest at the end of the season.
Dzeko is a player who would step into his shoes straight away.
He has Premier League experience, having won the title twice with City, and is a player adept at spearheading a forward line.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini has repeatedly experimented with a 4-1-4-1 formation and Dzeko is perhaps more suited to that system than Arnautovic.
The Bosnian is a strong forward presence, an excellent header of the ball and exhibits superb hold-up play.
Having agreed a deal with the striker, it’s time for West Ham to meet Roma’s valuation.